Like other newspapers, The Times illustrated its main story Wednesday on Hillary Clinton's historic nomination for president with a photo -- of her husband. Judith Martin-Straw of Culver City noticed photos of everyone but Hillary Clinton: I can just barely describe how appalled I was on the morning after Hillary Clinton's historic nomination by the Democratic Party to see a picture of her husband on the front of the paper.
Thousands of star-spangled balloons falling from the rafters are to be expected at the end of a US political convention, but Bill Clinton's refusal to give one up shocked one little girl. Somewhere in the backstage area, along with Hillary, Huma Abedin, and other staffers and supporters, Bill Clinton carried off his prized balloon - a blue one covered in stars.
When we are told by Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Chelsea Clinton and every prominent Democrat in the land that Hillary Clinton is richly qualified to be president of the United States because of her background in public office, James Buchanan springs to mind. A George Will column some months ago that pointed out Buchanan's "qualifications" prompted me to look up the Buchanan story.
US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has published a video purportedly showing former President Bill Clinton falling asleep during a speech by his wife, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. The video, posted on Trump's social network accounts on Thursday, shows Clinton dozing off while sitting next to vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, as they both listen to Hillary's speech during the third day of the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia.
The four-day coronation of the first woman presidential nominee got off to a rocky start before its star-studded lineup of first lady Michelle Obama, former President Bill Clinton, Vice President Joe Biden, and President Barack Obama took to the stage. Seeking to calm restive Bernie Sanders supporters, Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz said Sunday she would resign at the end of the Philadelphia convention after directing the proceedings.
Some suggested that editors may have chose to run photos of the former president or Vermont Senator because they were newsier, having been taken at the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday-Hillary was not in attendance that night, only appearing via satellite video. Clinton delegate Mary Ginnebaugh of Green Bay said Clinton's reputation among Democrats was influenced by decades of relentless attacks by Republicans.
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine watch the balloons fall after she accepts the party's presidential nomination during the final day of ... read more Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine watch the balloons fall after she accepts the party's presidential nomination during the final day of the Democratic National Convention at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia on July 28.
The campaign buses carrying Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Democratic vice presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., and their spouses, former President Bill Clinton and Anne Holton, depart from a rally at K'NEX, a toy company, in Hatfield, Pa., Friday, July 29, 2016, to travel to Broad Street Market in Harrisburg, Pa.
On Friday fresh-minted Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her vice presidential running mate Tim Kaine set out on the morrow of the party convention in Philadelphia on a three-day tour of small towns in Pennsylvania and Ohio. 24 years ago, a newly crowned Democratic nominee named Bill Clinton and his running mate got into a bus to do the same thing. 1992 was the first US election that I covered and for me remains the most exciting.
So said Bill Clinton in making the case for his wife at the Democratic National Convention. Considering that Bernie Sanders ran as the author of a political revolution and Donald Trump as the man who would "kick over the table" (to quote Newt Gingrich) in Washington, "change-maker" does not exactly make the heart race.
This week, in a message entitled " What Bill Left Out , Morris corrected the record regarding Clinton's glowing remarks about Hillary Clinton , her personal attributes and professional achievements. "Every time a tough sanction bill was introduced by Senators Menendez or Kirk, Hillary would send Deputy Secretary Wendy Sherman to Capital Hill to testify against it and urge it not to pass, and it was over Hillary's objections that those sanctions were put into place.
President Barack Obama painted an optimistic picture of America's future in a rousing speech on Wednesday that offered full-hearted support to Hillary Clinton in her campaign to defeat Republican Donald Trump and become the first woman elected US president. "There has never been a man or woman, not me, not Bill (Clinton) -- nobody more qualified than Hillary Clinton to serve as president of the United States," Obama said to cheers at the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.